Our MissionThe Perkins Township Public Works Department is responsible for the upkeep and maintenance of township roadways, parks and cemetery. Our staff strives to deliver services in a professional and efficient manner. The department maintains 50 miles of roadway, 60 acres of parks and the Perkins Township Cemetery. Maintenance responsibilities include snow and ice removal, street sweeping, street and curb repair, drainage, leaf removal, tree trimming, street sign maintenance, mowing and landscape maintenance. Employees have demonstrated a commitment to better service by participating in continuing education such as the Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP) through the Ohio Department of Transportation. The purpose of the LTAP is to train local government personnel in the latest, state-of-the-art technologies in the areas of roads, bridges, safety, regulations and transportation.
There will be two new sections of sidewalks added in the coming weeks by Smith Paving.
The first segment will stretch from King to Bell, and travel down the south side of Bell to Strickfaden Park.
There will be a crosswalk and crossing signals located at the intersection of Bell and Columbus.
The second segment will connect the Marshall Ave sidewalk to Stonyridge Drive at the Columbus intersection.
(Photo courtesy of the Sandusky Register)